Corporate profile for AT&T Company

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Question Description

Company: AT&T Company in USA

APA Style, 12 font size, Times New Roman

Length (4 Pages)

Corporate Profile Module I:

Use the outline below as a guide. You are to include three independent sources (not including the textbook or corporation web site) in this section.

  1. Introduce your company. What does it do? How did it get started? How does it add value? Who are the customers it competes for? What risks confront the company? What type of business is it—goods-producing or service? What industry does it operate in? What is it known for?Write an opening paragraph that engages your reader from the outset!
  2. State its mission, vision, and values. Define these terms using the definition from Bovee and Thill (textbook).

The mission: Most companies state their mission on their website. Use your company’s own words in your paper.

The vision: You may have difficulty finding a statement of your company’s vision; if you can’t find it, you should state the vision in your own words based on what you have read about the company’s philosophy and values.

Values: You should find your company’s values on its website.

3. Analyze your company’s mission statement. Does it match the book's definition of a good mission statement? Why or why not? Is it just “vague happy talk” or does it really say why the company exists?

Overall: Your paper should be a combination of material from the company itself (website is one source), other business references (Business Week, the Wall Street Journal, Business Source Premier, Fortune Magazine, Forbes, Hoovers, Google Finance, Yahoo Finance, Bloomberg, etc.), the textbook, and your own interpretation of the topic.

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Running head COMPANY PROFILE – AT&T

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COMPANY PROFILE – AT&T

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Company Profile – AT&T

Introduction
There is relatively a confusing history of AT&T Inc. In 1984, the organization originated
as SBC Communications, Southwestern Bell Corporation. In 1885, the original AT&T was gained
by the established and took over the market of telecommunication. Eventually, a status of
monopoly was gained by the company and was forced for dividing in 1984 into 7 regional
organizations. SBC was among the 7 organizations, located in America’s Mid-south region. The
name of the organization, a couple of years earlier, was changed to SBC in 1995 after moving to
San Antonio, Texas. SBC in 1997 took over the original AT&T Corp.’s southwestern region. In
the same year, SNET, one more non-Regional Bell Operating Company, merged. SBC bought the
old AT&T in June 2005 for more than $16 billion and retitled itself AT&T Inc. The name of the
new company ended with Inc., while the organization was using “Corp.” with the old name of the
company.
Background
Based in the United States of America, AT&T is a well-known telecommunication
company. The history of AT&T can be traced back to the introduction of telephone usage.
Alexander Graham Bell launched the Bell Telephone organization in 1877. Alexander Graham
Bell was the one who acquired the initial US patent for his father in law, Hubbard. The American
Telegraph and Telephone was invented by H...

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